Ene Incident, A Collective Project of Artists: Among the Boundaries of Art and Design

By Elsy Zavarce, José Hernández, Lourdes Peñaranda and Anabelí Vera.

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This article introduces the work of some of the artists that have participated in Ene Incident. Ene Incident is an art project where a group of artists agreed to organize an annual show for a ten years span where the objective was to make reflections about the art today confronting diverse ideas, forms, materials, techniques and medias, developing a theme common in each exhibition, where the dialogue and the communication with the spectator played a high-priority role. The idea was to have the opportunity to face ideas and works in a critical way and without any commitments, with the intention to rescue the sense of experimentation and communication absent in the institutional art.
This article describes few of the art work showed in some editions, not in chronological order but instead from the reflection of categories as: the relation design-art, the significant boundary of the institutional space, new ritual of creations and technological vertigo.

Keywords: Visual Art, Ene Incident, Contemporary Art, Art-design, Culture

International Journal of the Arts in Society, Volume 4, Issue 6, pp.173-182. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.692MB).

Dr. Elsy Zavarce

Professor, Theory and Practice of the Design and Architecture Department, Architecture and Design Faculty, Zulia University, Maracaibo, Zulia, Venezuela

Coordinator of the Graphic Design Program in L.U.Z. Maracaibo, Venezuela. Visual Artist. Coordinator of Eneincidentes Art project. Contemporary Art Researcher with several academic publications. 2009 PHD from Zulia University. 2008 and 2006 Research Awards from the Embassy of Canada in Venezuela. 1998 Courses Master of Philosophy, L.U.Z. 1992-1995 Enterprise Management U.R.U. 1983-1989 Architect. U.R.U. Venezuela. 1983 Rhode Island School of Design, USA.

Prof. José Hernández

Professor, Theory and Practice of the Architecture and Design Department, Architecture and Design Faculty, Zulia University, Maracaibo, Zulia, Venezuela

2006 Research award from the Embassy of Canada. 2008 Research award from the Embassy of Canada. 1989-2009 Professor or the Master program in Architecture of Zulia University. 1984-1986 Master in design, UCLA, USA. 1984 Architect UPB Medellin, Colombia.

Prof. Lourdes Peñaranda

Professor, Theory and Practice of the Architecture and Design Department, Architecture and Design Faculty, Zulia University, Maracaibo, Zulia, Venezuela

Professor of the Architecutre Program at Zulia University, Venezuela. Conceptual Artist. 1999-2009 Coordinator of Eneincidentes Art project. 2010 Candidate for PHD at the Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña, Spain. 1999-1997 Master in architecture from Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña, Spain. 1990-1993 Master in Landscape Arquitecture from Rhode Island School of Design, USA, 1983-1990 Architect from Zulia University, Venezuela.

Prof. Anabelí Vera

Professor, History of the Architecture, the Design and the City Department., Architecture and Design Faculty., Zulia University, Maracaibo, Zulia, Venezuela

Photography Researcher. Curator and coordinator of several annual shows of Contemporary Art in Maracaibo. 1999-2008 Professor of Zulia University. 1987 architect, Zulia University.

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